How to play
Emperor's Game

Played on a 10x10 board with two new pieces - the General and the Adjutant.

Introduction

Emperor's Game is played on a 10 x 10 board with two additional pieces - the General and The Adjutant. The General specifically is very powerful, being a combination of a Queen and Knight.

Starting Position

The General and Adjutant start either side of the King and Queen
Board is interactive - make a move

Moves of the Pieces

Pawns can advance up to three squares on their first movement. In addition, Emperor's Game adds an General and a Adjutant, which combine the power of a Knight with either a Queen or a Bishop.

General
General

The General like a Queen and a Knight combined.

Moves like a Knight that can also attack the diagonals and horizontals like a Queen.
Board is interactive - make a move
Adjutant
Adjutant

The Adjutant moves like a Bishop and Knight combined

Moves like a Knight and can also attack the diagonals like a Bishop.
Board is interactive - make a move

Pawn Promotion

A Pawn can also promote to an General, Adjutant, Queen, Rook, Knight, or Bishop - but only if that piece has previously been captured.

Castling

The King moves 4 squares for queenside castling, and 3 squares for kingside.

The King moves four squares queenside and three squares kingside castling.
Board is interactive - make a move

En Passant

In Emperor's Game a pawn can advance up to three squares on first movement, so En Passant captures can take place on any passed square.

Check and Checkmate

Check and Checkmate rules remain the same as Standard Chess.

Stalemate

Stalemate conditions remain the same as Standard Chess.

Draw

Draw conditions remain the same as Standard Chess.

Winning

Winning conditions remain the same as Standard Chess.

Attribution